|Location||35 Lukashevicha Street, Omsk, Russia|
|Opened||August 31, 2007|
|Demolished||September 11, 2019|
|Construction cost||$150 Million USD|
|Capacity||Ice hockey 10,318 Concerts: 11,000|
|Avangard Omsk (KHL) (2007–2018) |
Omskie Yastreby (MHL) (2009–2018)
The Arena Omsk was a 10,318-seat multi-purpose arena in Omsk, Russia. It opened in 2007, replacing Sports-Concerts Complex Viktora Blinova as the home of Kontinental Hockey League ice hockey team, Avangard Omsk.
Construction and opening[edit | edit source]
After the arena was designed by Austrian company AMR the construction began on March 16, 2004. On August 31, 2007 the first ice hockey game was played as a part of the 2007 Super Series, a junior hockey challenge between Canada and Russia.
The original owner of the arena was Roman Abramovich, however in 2012 he donated it to Avangard Omsk.
Events[edit | edit source]
See also[edit | edit source]
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Blinov Sports and Concerts Complex
|Current arenas in the Kontinental Hockey League|
|Chernyshev Division||Platinum Arena · Omsk Arena · Alatau Sports Palace · Kuznetsk Metallurgists Sports Palace · Ice Sports Palace Sibir · Ufa Arena|
|Kharlamov Division||TatNeft Arena · Neftekhimik Ice Palace · Yekaterinburg Sports Palace · Arena Ugra · Magnitogorsk Arena · Traktor Sport Palace|
|Tarasov Division||Mytishchi Arena · Minsk-Arena · Ice Hockey Center 2004 · Arena 2000 · Ice Palace (Cherepovets) · Trade Union Sport Palace|
|Bobrov Division||CSKA Ice Palace · Megasport Arena · Sokolniki Arena · Ice Palace Saint Petersburg · Arena Riga|
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